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Dec 5, 2011 6:00pm EST
texas have had more snow in chicago. perhaps chicago gets a will out of this as well. i wanted you to see where the rain is. this is going to take awhile before it gets in here. clouds and random sprinkles here and there and this will continue to move on in and we'll have some chance of showers tomorrow morning and a better chase, especially through the rest of the day. the forecast tonight, spotty showers and we could have a touch of fog here and there and that is going to be mile for december. the temperature of 52 degrees in this warmer air aloft and means week see some fog around. then for tomorrow, we'll say a chance of showers, pretty good chance, as a matter of fact, and the chance goes up in the afternoon and that will still be warm, though, for december at 62 degrees and strong south- southwest wind, pumps in the warm stuff. so, plan on a cloudy day with some showers for tuesday and at 8 in the morning, 54 degrees and no heavy coats needed. by noon, 61 and bring the rain coat and umbrella and by 4:00, still rainy out there at 60 degrees. this is your future cast. can you s
Dec 27, 2011 6:00pm EST
texas congressman is finding out the opponents' new ads are aimed at congress. >> the experience of balancing budget is desperately needed in washington and i will take it there. >> if washington's the problem, why trust a congressman to fix it? >> new ads are only part of the battle. rick santorum is haunted -- hunting with iowa conservatives and newt gingrich is calling mitt romney a massachusetts liberal. rick perry, mean while s trying to resurrect his profile. >> i am the fiscal conservative in this race. >> reporter: with the new hampshire primaries one week after the caucuses, the candidates are going after a particular block of iowa voters. >> they're so divided over who to support. >> reporter: jill lawrence, the managing editor of politics for the national journal said evangelical christians are key in iowa. whoever wins them, should win the caucus. >> it's heavily evangelical and there are many evangelicals smith the votes and many candidates are trying to prove they are the true conservative. >> reporter: what remains to be proven is if iowa will let one candidate deal a
Dec 28, 2011 6:00pm EST
for them. fargo is 38 and it's pretty mild into texas. the deep south is not too terribly bad. atlanta is 48 degrees and wilmington is 49. the temperatures are not, not indicative of where we should be. for the most part and the last week of the year. i want to say this. there is the cold air in canada and that is pooling up there and looks like all things are set to make a run for the east coast by early next week. the first week of 2012, and that looks like it's going to be a cold one around here. again, the storm track now shifted a bit and that is basically working from west to east across the nation and we're sitting really right into that stormtrack here on the mid- atlantic and we'll have a series of fast-moving storms coming across the next few days and that is meaning more sun, more clouds and sun, pardon me, and we'll have at least an opportunity here and there for maybe a few light rain showers from time to time and maybe even a snowflake, depending on the timing until these fast- moving storm comes across and no major storms in the offering. i don't see that and th
Dec 16, 2011 6:00pm EST
republicans want the bill to include language, speeding up work on a candidate of texas oil pipeline. john paper made it clear it's not up for -- john boehner made it clear it's not up for debate. >> we will make changes to it and i will guarantee you the keystone pipeline will be in there when it goes back to the united states senate. >> the 4.2% payroll tax rate will jump back to the normal 6.2% on january 1st, unless congress, apparently, gets the pipeline. >> these days, culls have to think out of the box to start a business and make it successful. one california startup is doing that. it wants to dock a ship off of the coast and house foreign entrepreneurs with grand ideas. critics say the company may violent immigration laws. the reporter has more. >> reporter: innovators from all over the country often set sail for silicon valley and dreams of launching the next big startup. for foreign inventors, those dreams can get sunk by strict immigration rules. >> and i saw around me a lot of talented people who had some great passion from china, india, parts of europe and they told me
Dec 30, 2011 6:00pm EST
. >>> scientist in texas are hitting a new pool. the first step in preventing a disaster in the water. it starts here. we'll explain coming up. ng up. >>> first, a new year's countdown in new york. bags of copfity arrived in time square yesterday for an air test and there will be more tomorrow night. thousands of people have been writing wishes and resolutions on the wishing well in the visitor center. come midnight tomorrow, all of those notes will come showering down on millions on a million live viewers. stay with us. we're back in two minutes. nute >> the feds are reportedly closer to bringing criminal charges against bp workers over last year's disastrous oil spill. it showed first hand the extreme dangers people face while working offshore rigs. one company using a training facility built for astronauts to teach oil and gas workers how to survive a catastrophe in deepwater and chris gutierrez has more from houston. >> reporter: it's the world's largest indoor swimming pool, more than 200 fight long, more than 100 feet wide and holes 6.2 million gallons of water. the average backyar
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